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Posted June 24, 2014

CELLFOOD Recalled in Canada

On June 23, 2014, Health Canada recalled CELLFOOD (Nu Science), a supplement promoted for improved energy, endurance and natural health, because it was found to be an unauthorized health product.

Dietary supplements and health products approved for sale in Canada bear an eight-digit natural health product number (NPN) issued by Health Canada. The label for CELLFOOD lists an NPN that was issued for another Nu Science product that contains different ingredients but shares the same brand name.

The NPN number was issued for a product containing iodine and water, whereas the unauthorized CELLFOOD supplement contains dissolved oxygen, trace minerals, plant source amino acids and enzymes.

In 2013, the FDA issued a warning letter to a U.S. retailer of CELLFOOD for manufacturing violations and drug claims.

More information about this supplement can be found in the CL Answer "What is CELLFOOD and is it a healthy supplement?"

See Related Warnings:

Seller of CELLFOOD Supplements Warned For Manufacturing Violations and Drug Claims

To read Health Canada's recall, use the link below.